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Cost to drive a hybrid or electric car in Kansas going up

Posted: 12:32 PM, Dec 13, 2019
Updated: 2019-12-13 13:32:45-05
Hybrid car owners angry over new fees and taxes

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A law passed this year that increases registration fees for hybrid and electric vehicles will go into effect next month.

Starting in January, drivers of hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles will see registration fees increase to $50 from the current $30-$40. Drivers of all-electric vehicles will see their fees increase to $100 from the current $30-$40.

The Kansas Department of Revenue says the increase in registration fees will generate an additional $610,095 in revenue.